Forest Bathing in Mark Oliphant Conservation Park

Meet at Gate 1 Carpark and Trailhead, Mark Oliphant Conservation Park, 178 Scott Creek Road, Heathfield.
Saturday 18th June, 9:30am - 12pm
Forest Bathing (no swimming involved!) is a chance to 'bathe' or immerse yourself in the natural environment. It is an opportunity to awaken and engage your 5 senses - listening, touching, smelling, tasting and seeing as we allow ourselves to just ‘be’ in nature. As you wander slowly, take time to stop, smell, touch and notice nature. The experience involves guided ‘invitations’ to help notice the nature, calm your busy minds, perhaps be playful and have some fun. Disconnect from technology and release yourself from having to keep track of time as your guide lead you through nature. If that sounds interesting and you’re curious we’d love for you to join us in beautiful Mark Oliphant Conservation Park.
Bookings essential. The experience is tailored to the needs of the group. If you have any needs specific to disability, or medical needs or any questions at all please provide whatever information you like to support your participation in the event. Please advise any particular requirements reqarding mobility, vision, hearing and individual support needs so we can optimise your participation in the event. Please e-mail Bronwyn ( to provide any information that will support your participation.